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senior

(Higher in priority), noun chief, first, foremost, key major, most important, most significant, paramount, takes precedence, uppermost
Associated concepts: bankruptcy, seniority

senior

(Older), noun adult, advanced in years, ancient, antiquated, antique, archaic, early, elderly, older, older man, older woman, one of the older generation, original, senior citizen, superannuated, veteran, vintage
Associated concepts: elder law
See also: adult, chief, director, principal, superior

SENIOR. The elder. This addition is sometimes made to a man's name, when two persons bear the same, in order to distinguish them. In practice when nothing is mentioned, the senior is intended. 3 Miss. R. 59. See Junior.

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